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Cane Rat Blood Lahp

How to make Cane Rat Blood Lahp. Warning! contains graphic images, sensitive viewers may choose to look away. There're many photos in this slide show, they may take a moment to load.

  • 1 The Cane Rat.jpg
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    1 The Cane Rat.jpg
  • 2 For easier handling put in a sack.jpg
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    2 For easier handling put in a sack.jpg
  • 3 Frogs are also eaten.jpg
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    3 Frogs are also eaten.jpg
  • 4 With Onions, Garlic, Lemon Grass &c.jpg
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    4 With Onions, Garlic, Lemon Grass &c.jpg
  • 5 Humane dispatch of the Cane Rat.jpg
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    5 Humane dispatch of the Cane Rat.jpg
  • 6 The blood is reserved in a bowl with fish sauce.jpg
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    6 The blood is reserved in a bowl with fish sauce.jpg
  • 7 The fur is singed off.jpg
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    7 The fur is singed off.jpg
  • 8 Jointing the Cane Rat.jpg
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    8 Jointing the Cane Rat.jpg
  • 9 All of the offal is cleaned and used.jpg
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    9 All of the offal is cleaned and used.jpg
  • 10 The liver is especially prized.jpg
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    10 The liver is especially prized.jpg
  • 11 The head is taken off.jpg
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    11 The head is taken off.jpg
  • 12 All parts are used.jpg
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    12 All parts are used.jpg
  • 13 The skin is removed.jpg
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    13 The skin is removed.jpg
  • 14 A lot of meat on the carcass.jpg
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    14 A lot of meat on the carcass.jpg
  • 15 The eat is cut into small pieces.jpg
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    15 The eat is cut into small pieces.jpg
  • 16 The Offal is blanched in a stock.jpg
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    16 The Offal is blanched in a stock.jpg
  • 17 Finely slicing the meat.jpg
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    17 Finely slicing the meat.jpg
  • 18 Slicing the skin.jpg
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    18 Slicing the skin.jpg
  • 19 The assembled meat, skin and offal.jpg
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    19 The assembled meat, skin and offal.jpg
  • 20 Fermented fish is a staple ingredient in Lao cuisine.jpg
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    20 Fermented fish is a staple ingredient in Lao cuisine.jpg
  • 21 Spring Onions, diced.jpg
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    21 Spring Onions, diced.jpg
  • 22 The reserved blood with fish sause and lemongrass infused water.jpg
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    22 The reserved blood with fish sause and lemongrass infused water.jpg
  • 23 The blood is added to the meat, skin and offal.jpg
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    23 The blood is added to the meat, skin and offal.jpg
  • 24 Bones and other chewy bits in the soup.jpg
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    24 Bones and other chewy bits in the soup.jpg
  • 25 Chillis and herbs, lime juice and ground roasted rice are added.jpg
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    25 Chillis and herbs, lime juice and ground roasted rice are added.jpg
  • 26 And we eat....jpg
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    26 And we eat....jpg

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